The last 30 miles were going to be painful. Ryan Matz, my pacerencouraged me toget rolling, as there were runners 2 minutes back. I had been in 10th or so since Michigan Bluff. It was with Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, before Cream, before “Layla”, before “After Midnight” “Cocaine”, etc, that “Clapton is God” began to appear painted on the walls of London. Clapton recorded only one LP with John Mayall, “Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton”, but it is a landmark album (often referred to as ‘The Beano Album’ because the cover shot shows Clapton reading a well known British comic, ‘The Beano’). In this album Clapton establishes the guitar as irrevocably the sound of Rock music and sets down the template that every guitar player would, and still do, follow this is one of the most influential and important LPs of the Rock era and demonstrates a giant leap forward in the developing style of Blues based rock music .
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Item Type:Book SectionItem Status:Live ArchiveAbstractIn Afterimage, his analysis of cinema as a “transmitter of historical trauma and a form of posttraumatic historical memory”, Joshua Hirsch noted the ongoing production of documentaries considering the Holocaust even in the wake of or perhaps because of the massive success of Schindler’s List a decade earlier (2004, 3, 140). This chapter aims to contemplate the impact of the same film by focusing on the representation of one man in particular, British banker and philanthropist Nicholas Winton. For, whilst in 1995 Thomas Fensch’s edited collection on Oscar (sic) Schindler unsurprisingly included the then recently released film, and Yoshefa Loshitsky’s two years later considered critical responses from a number of national perspectives, this contribution aims to take a less critical approach to the film as text, and will instead focus upon its effects in Britain in the two decades after its release, using Winton as a case study.